Watford Museum is preparing to welcome visitors back for the first time this weekend on Saturday 1 August since it had to close its doors due to COVID-19.
The Museum is limiting visiting times to start with Saturdays only and people are asked to book in advance for a timed visit to the museum.
Special safety measures have been put in place to ensure social distancing and to protect visitors and to help slow the spread of COVID-19.
In addition to a number of hand sanitising stations, special deep-cleaning arrangements have been put in place.
Visitors should note that some objects and exhibitions have been temporarily removed and special events have been put on hold. Not every gallery may be accessible - please check before visiting.
Visitors will be asked to wear a face covering on their visit, or masks will be provided.
Foyer: 27 April to 25 May 2019
Watford's Wembley Finals
A foyer exhibition celebrating three of Watford Football Club's most magical Wembley moments: The 1984 FA Cup Final, the victorious 1999 Play-Off Final and this season's forthcoming FA Cup Final versus Manchester City.
Relive the best memories with unique treasures and memorabilia every fan will remember.
The 360° interactive photos are on Facebook.
Watford is easily accessible from the M25 and M1 and there is easy access to the museum from both the Watford Junction and High Street railway stations (the latter is only 300 yards away). visit